pretended (part of speech: verb)
deceived (part of speech: verb)
stolen (part of speech: adjective)
stole (part of speech: verb)
heisted, palmed, filched, stole, grabbed, looted, burglarized, pirated, extorted, swiped, abstracted, lifted, copped, embezzled, stolen, pocketed, held up, swindled, nipped, plundered, hijacked, poached, mugged, blackmailed, hauled, fleeced, robbed, rustled, plagiarized, pilfered, shoplifted
- But in giving that name, we have most unjustly defrauded the poor bird of a portion of its very small variety of sound. - "Specimens with Memoirs of the Less-known British Poets, Vol. 3", George Gilfillan.
- She had given her evidence once and had told all the truth,- though she was now aware that she need not have done so, as she had been defrauded of a vast amount of property through the gross negligence of the police. - "The Eustace Diamonds", Anthony Trollope.
- Why then deprive you of your rights, since in no way you defrauded him? - "A Terrible Secret", May Agnes Fleming.